#4 exhale fear and get it on


By: Fela M'tima



If you've had pelvic floor therapy you've probably learned about breathing to help relax your pelvic muscles. Breathing actually does a lot more than just relax your hoo-ha, it relaxes ALL muscles. This can help with anxiety and even acheving an orgasm. There is a lot of anxiety that comes with having sex with reproductive issues. Will I have pain? Will I be able to enjoy this? Will I perform right? What if? What if's can rule your world if you have generalized anxiety and even more with sex.  Whether you're having sex with someone you've been doing it with for years, or a person you just met, it's easy to get caught in your head. We all know things can be going to great and then BAM your uterus has a different adgenda. You never want these worries getting in the way of having sex. 

Learning to breathe properly, and bringing it into the bedroom, can make the whole experience less painful, more relaxed, and way more enjoyable.  Fear can ruin a lot of things, let's not let it ruin our sex livesLet's also not forget how much we've all been through, shit, this is our time to shine.  I'll attach my personal favorite article on breathing during sex/breathing with your partner.

Breathing During Sex


By: Fela M'tima Dunfee